Coronet Head Large Cent 1816-1839

1816 1c US large cent 1816 1c
About Good - First Year Type. Mintage of 2,820,982
$25.00
1817 1c
Good - Thirteen stars wide date
$20.00
1817 1c
Good - Planchet clip.
$20.00
1818 1c
Good - Uncleaned original coin.
$25.00
1818 1c
Good+ Nice uncleaned original coin.
$30.00
1819 1c US large cent 1819 1c
About Good/Good - Mintage for all varieties 2,671,000
$20.00
1819 1c Large Date US Large Cent 1819 1c Large Date
Very Good - Original uncleaned surfaces. Mintage for all varieties 2,671,000
$40.00
1820 1c
Fine - Fine details but the surfaces are a little rough. Mintage of 4,407,550
$25.00
1822 1c US large cent 1822 1c
Good+ With small edge pinch. Mintage of 2,072,339
$35.00
1824 1c
Very Good - Porous surfaces. Mintage 1,262,000
$20.00
1825 1c
About Good - Mintage of 1,461,100
$15.00
1826 1c US large cent 1826 1c
Very Good+ Mintage 1,517,425
$45.00
1827 1c
Good - Mintage 2,357,732
$25.00
1827 1c US large cent 1827 1c
Good+ Mintage 2,357,732
$30.00
1828 1c
Very Good - Small wide date Newcomb-10 Breen-1840 Mintage 2,260,624 all types
$35.00
1828 1c
Good - Large narrow date. Light scratches around One Cent on reverse Breen-1838
$20.00
1828 1c
Very Good - Large narrow date Breen-1838
$30.00
1829 1c US large cent 1829 1c
Good Details - Has depression at center. Large letters
$20.00
1830 1c
Good - Large letters Breen-1845 Mintage 1,711,500 all types
$20.00
1831 1c US LArge cent 1831 1c
Good+ Mintage 3,359,260
$25.00
1833 1c
Very Good+ Mintage 2,739,000
$30.00
1833 1c
Very Fine - Dark brown surfaces with the reverse rotated approximately 15-20 degrees. Mintage 2,739,000
$75.00
1833 1c
Good - Mintage 2,739,000
$25.00
1835 1c
Good/About Good - Mintage of 3,878,400
$15.00
1835 1c US large cent 1835 1c Head of 1836
Very Good - Head of 1836. Chocolate brown surfaces with slightly rotated reverse die. Mintage of 3,878,400 for all varieties.
$35.00
1836 1c US Large cent 1836 1c
Very Fine Details -Slightly porous surfaces. Mintage 2,111,000
$45.00
1837 1 Cent "Feuchtwanger Token"
Very Fine - Nice example with no problems. Lewis Feuchtwanger suggested to Congress in 1837 that his metal composition of nickel, copper and zinc be substituted for the copper being used in cents at the time. The coins actually circulated in the 1836-1844 coin shortage. Approx. 20 MM
$150.00
1837 1c
Very Good - Cleaned at one time. Mintage 5,558,300
$20.00
1838 1c
Fine - Mintage 6,370,2000
$40.00
1838 1c
Very Good+ Uncleaned & original with good color. Mintage 6,370,2000
$30.00
1838 1c
Fine - Mintage 6,370,2000
$35.00